The famous statue of Charles II in Parliament Square, Edinburgh, was taken away for specialist conservation yesterday (Sunday 24 October 2010).
Transport Leader responds to Evening News Story about mini tractors gritting the city's pavements.
The Nelson Monument on Calton Hill became the talk of the town yesterday (Thursday 21 October) after it raised a eyecatching signal to celebrate Trafalgar Day.
The winner of a contest to find the best amateur photographs of people's canine companions has been announced.
The City of Edinburgh Council and Lothian and Borders Police will use bye-law powers to help deal with anti-social drinkers at a site in the city centre.
Scottish Government Housing Minister Alex Neil today joined Cllr Paul Edie to cut the first sod of earth from the site where Edinburgh’s first council homes for a generation are being built.
Edinburgh's much-photographed monuments to Greyfriars Bobby and Sir Walter Scott have been given the tartan treatment in aid of a national children's charity.
One of the Capital's longest-running day centres is celebrating its 25th anniversary today (19 October 2010).
Time is running out for local eco groups to apply for Waste Action Grants from the City of Edinburgh Council.
Housing developers are being urged to get on board with a scheme aimed at building more affordable homes in the Capital.